Do I Need This 5-Foot Corgi Sprinkler?

I can't stop thinking about it!

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It's February, which means that approximately 85 percent of my time is spent thinking about summer. What I'll wear. Where I'll go. And, right now, whether my summer could possibly be complete without the five-foot corgi sprinkler that's fast going viral on Amazon. Let's face it, the inflatable swan is so 2018—this year is going to be about the oversized corgi sprinkler that will lightly mist my guests at pool parties while we bask in the sun with our mojitos. Am I right, or am I delirious from months without sun? Either way, I need it.

The sprinkler shoots water out of its tail, and at 6.5 feet by 5.5 feet, it's big enough for grown-ups to enjoy (and kids too, I guess). According to the brand, all you have to do is inflate it and connect it to a regular-sized garden hose. It’s made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a strong plastic material, so it should stand up to whatever chaos your pool party descends into (I can't wait). Plus, it deflates within minutes when the fun's over.

This is a formal warning: If your pool party doesn't have this, I will not be RSVP'ing.

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Caitlyn Fitzpatrick

As the senior editor of social and social news, Caitlyn covers the tastiest, coolest, and strangest products for, and she is the lead of social strategy for Popular MechanicsRunner's World, and Bicycling Magazine; her work has also appeared in POPSUGAR, InStyleStylecaster, among others. In her free time (if there is such a thing), she’s probably watching reality TV, planning her wedding, or cuddling with her dog, Waffle. She is a Wawa-loving Jersey girl who went to Monmouth University for communication, journalism, and interactive media.